April 02, 2019
The Fairview Park Hospital Wound Care Center is proud to announce that it was recently named a Center of Excellence Award recipient in Wound Care by Healogics. This award is presented to centers that are committed and dedicated to wound care by ensuring the best possible outcomes in wound healing, in the shortest time, with the highest patient satisfaction.
"We are honored to be recognized for this award," says Dr. Anthony Davis, Medical Director of The Wound Center. "Every day and at every opportunity we give our best to the patients we serve."
With one of the highest patient satisfactions in the nation, our patients feel welcomed and treated like family when they come to the Fairview Park Hospital Wound Center.
Located at 206 Hospital Drive, Suite B, Dublin, Georgia, one block away from the hospital, the office serves as a treatment center for chronic, non-healing wounds. These are wounds that have not healed after eight weeks or have not improved after four weeks. The Wound Center offers care for individuals whose natural healing process is hampered by poor blood circulation, diabetes or other causes.
Chief Operating Officer, Stacy Howard, says "We are very proud of the care we can provide our community. Dr. Davis and team at The Wound Center are compassionate, committed caregivers that provide high-level quality of care. The care they provide can change and also save a life." From scheduling to treatment to follow-up, our team surrounds the patient with the hope that they will leave better than when they arrived.
"This award is a reflection of what our clinic and hospital embodies," says Jay Bailey, Director of the Wound Center. "Wounds rob our patients of living life to the fullest. They are hindered from playing with their kids and grandkids, getting in a pool, walking a flight of stairs. We want to restore them to where they can enjoy life more fully."
Services at The Wound Center include hyperbaric oxygen therapy, dressing changes, debridement, biological skin applications, compression therapy and negative pressure wound therapy.
The Wound Center is open 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday. For more information, please call (478) 274-3730.